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MATH1190.03, Winter 2000
Introduction to Sets and Logic

Quiz Grade Distribution


The TA used a grading scheme for the quizes in which it was possible to get grades (out of 10) which lay between two integers. For the purposes of describing the grade distributions, I will report the "floor" of the grades. For example, when I say below that there were nine grades of "6", I mean that there were nine grades between 6.0 and 6.9

Quiz 1

10: 55
9: 23
8: 10
7: 5
6: 9
5: 6
4: 3
3: 5
2: 1
1: 4

Quiz 2

10: 0
9: 6
8: 18
7: 18
6: 15
5: 31
4: 19
3: 6
2: 1
1: 3